If you enjoy being able to find fresh produce from far-flung corners of the country at your grocery store, thanks are due, in part, to those big refrigerated trucks that haul them from coast to coast. Those trucks, however, rely on transport refrigeration units (TRUs) powered by diesel generators that use 10 gallons of fuel a day, and generate CO2 emissions. Continue reading
We’re still a few years away from seeing fully autonomous cars roaming freely on U.S. highways (although Nevada, Florida and California may be seeing them a little ahead of the rest of us), but once the technology is more common, we could see a significant reduction in highway fatalities and lost productivity.
For those of you wondering exactly when you’ll be able to take your hands off the wheel and let your self-driving car ferry you to work while you munch on a scone and finish a crossword puzzle, Nissan has provided an answer. The company plans to have commercially viable autonomous drive technology in multiple vehicles by 2020. Continue reading